Executive Director of Lending and Property Assets, Clinton Arentz, recently joined Ausbiz to discuss the immense struggle of the property market amidst the interest rate hikes and a staggeringly high rental demand. Despite rate increases, Clinton argued the fundamental issue remains to be supply.
Listen in as they discuss:
- The property market’s shortage due to Covid-induced lockdowns and disruptions in the supply chain.
- The potential for high demand in property to mitigate the housing crisis despite gradual interest rate increases.
- The crucial relationship between immigration and the surge in rental demand.
- Various challenges including local government delays in project approvals and resource shortages.
- The need for improved coordination among federal, state, and local governments to accelerate property supply.
- Clinton’s vision for a more effective approach to tackling the property market shortage.
Watch the full interview below.
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